Bibliografía de autores que han escrito sobre capabilities

Abecassis, Jack. 1995. "Fragility of Philosophy: Passions, Ancient and Modern." Mln 110:918-942.

Adams, David M. 2002. "Families: Law, Gender and Difference." Hypatia 17:254-256.

Adler, Matthew D., and Eric A. Posner, eds. 2001. Cost-benefit analysis: Legal, economic, and philosophical perspectives. Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 39, part 2, June 2000. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.

Agarwal B., Humphries J., Robeyns I., 2003, “A Special Issue on Amatya Sen's Work and Ideas: A Gender Perspective”, Feminist Economics, 9(2-3), July-November.

Ahluwalia, Isher Judge, and I. M. D. Little, eds. 1998. India's economic reforms and development: Essays for Manmohan Singh. Delhi; Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Ahmad, Ehtisham et al, eds. 1991. Social security in developing countries. World Institute for Development Economics Research Studies in Development Economics Oxford; New York; Toronto and Melbourne: Oxford University Press, Clarendon Press.

Ajit Kumar Sinha and Raj Kumar Sen, Eds. 2000. Economics of Amartya Sen. New Delhi.

Alkire, Sabina. 2002a. "Dimensions of human development." World Development 30:181-205.
—. 2002b. Valuing Freedoms. Sen's Capability Approach and Poverty Reduction. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Alkire, Sabina, and Rufus Black. 1997. "A Practical Reasoning Theory of Development Ethics: Furthering the Capabilities Approach." Journal of International Development 9:263-279.

Alkire, Sabina, 1996. "Conceptions of Human fulfilment in Poverty Reduction", Journal of the Association of Christian Economists, 21, 33-49.

Anand, Sudhir, and Amartya Kumar Sen. 2000. "Human development and economic sustainability." World Development 28:2029.

Anderson, Amanda. 1999a. "Realism, Universalism, and the Science of the Human." Diacritics 29:3-17.

Anderson, Elizabeth. 1995. "Book review of 'Inequality Reexamined', by Amartya Sen." Economics and Philosophy:182-188.
—. 1999b. "What Is the Point of Equality?" Ethics 109:287-337.
—. 2003a. "Sen, Ethics, and Democracy." Feminist Economics 9:239-261.

Anderson, Scott. 2003b. "Book review of Valuing Freedoms: Sen's capability approach and poverty reduction, by Sabina Alkire." Ethics:678-680.

Ankeny, Rachel A. 2001. "Send in the Clones." Metascience 10:401-405.

Anonymous. 2003. "Common cultures - Interview with Amartya Sen." Challenge 46:6.

Arneson, Richard. 2000. "Perfectionism and Politics." Ethics 111:37-63.

Arrow, Kenneth J., Amartya Sen, and Kotaro Suzumura, eds. 1997. Social choice re-examined. Volume 1 Proceedings of the IEA conference held at Schloss Hernstein, Berndorf, near Vienna, Austria. IEA Conference Volume, no. 116. New York: St. Martin's Press; London: Macmillan Press; in association with the International Economic Association.

Atkinson, A. B. 1993. "Capabilities, Exclusion, and the Supply of Goods." Pp. 24.

Atkinson, Anthony B. 1999. "The contributions of Amartya Sen to welfare economics." Scandinavian Journal of Economics 101:173-190.

Avelar, Idelber. 2000. "The Ethics of Interpretation and the International Division of Intellectual Labor." SubStance 29:80-103.

Backhouse, Roger E. 1993. "General economics and teaching -- New Horizons in Economic Thought: Appraisals of Leading Economists edited by Warren J. Samuels." The Economic Journal 103:786.

Balestrino, Alessandro. 1991. "Some suggestions for the Identification of Poverty in a Non-welfarist Framework." Economic Notes by Monte dei Paschi di Siena 20:335-353.
—. 1994. “Poverty and functionings: Issues in measurement and public action” Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia, 53, 389-406.
—. 1996. "A Note on functionings-poverty in affluent societies." Notizie di Politeia 12:97-105.
—. 1998. "Counting the poor in a fuzzy way: the head-count ratio and the monotonicity and transfer axioms." Notizie di Politeia 14:77-86.

Balestrino, Alessandro, and Nicola Sciclone. 2001. "Should we use functionings instead of income to measure well-being? Theory, and some evidence from Italy." Revista Internazionale di Scienza Soziali 109:1-20.

Baltzly, Dirk. 2000. "Moral Dilemmas are not a Local Issue." Philosophy 75:245-263.

Basu, Alaka Malwade. 1992. "The status of women and the quality of life among the poor." Cambridge Journal of Economics 16:249-267.

Basu, K. 1987. "Achievements, Capabilities and the Concept of Well-Being: A Review of Commodities and Capabilities by Amartya Sen." Social Choice & Welfare 4:69-76.

Basu, K., P. Pattanaik, and K. Suzumura, eds. 1995. Choice, welfare, and development: A festschrift in honour of Amartya K. Sen. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, Clarendon Press.

Basu, Kaushik. 1999. "Amartya Sen, Economics Nobel Laureate 1998." Challenge! 42:41-51.

Basu, Kaushik, and Luis F. López Calva. 2002. Functionings and capabilities. México: Centro de Estudios Económicos El Colegio de México.

Basu, Kaushik, and Luis Lopez-Calva. forthcoming. "Functionings and Capabilities." in Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare, edited by Kenneth J. Arrow, Amartya Sen, and Kotaro Suzumura: Elsevier Science.

Batabyal, Amitrajeet A. 2000. "Amartya Sen, Development as Freedom." Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 12:227.

Beckley, Harlan. 2002. "Capability as Opportunity: How Amartya Sen Revises Equal Opportunity." Journal of Religious Ethics 30:107-135.

Beitz, Charles. 1986. "Book review of 'Resources, Values and Development', by Amartya Sen." Economics and Philosophy 2:282-290.

Beitz, Charles R. 2000. "Development as freedom (BOOK REVIEW)." Ethics & International Affairs 14:149.

Berg, Maxine ed. 1990. Political economy in the twentieth century. Savage, Md.: Barnes and Noble Books.

Beutelspacher, Austreberta Nazar, Emma Zapata Martelo, and Verónica Vázquez García. 2003. "Does Contraception Benefit Women? Structure, Agency, and Well-Being in Rural Mexico." Feminist Economics 9:213-238.

Bhagwati, Jagdish. 1998. "India's Economic Reforms: 1991-2001 / India: Economic Development and Social Opportunity." The Economic Journal 108:196.

Bishop, John A., John P. Formby, and Buhong Zheng. 1997. "Statistical inference and the Sen index of poverty." International Economic Review 38:381.

Biswas, Basudeb. "Development as Freedom." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84:252.

Blake, Michael. 2002. "Toleration and reciprocity: commentary on Martha Nussbaum and Henry Shue." Politics, Philosophy and Economics 1:325-335.

Blancas, Andres, and Guillermo Granados. 1999. "Amartya Sen: La vertiente humanistica de la ciencia economica." Momento Economico:5-9.

Bohman, James. 1996. Public Deliberation: Pluralism, Complexity and Democracy. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Bohman, James, and Matthias Lutz-Bachmann. 2000. "Perpetual peace: essays on Kant's cosmopolitan ideal." Peace Research Abstracts 37.
——— 1997. ‘Deliberative Democracy and Effective Social Freedom: Capabilities, Resources and Opportunities'. In Bohman and Rehg 1997: 321-348.

Boman, Ylva, Bernt Gustavsson, and Martha Nussbaum. 2002. "A discussion with Martha Nussbaum on `` Education for Citizenship in an Era of Global Connection''." Studies in Philosophy and Education 21:305-311.

Bose, Amitava, Mihir Rakshit, and Anup Sinha, eds. 1997. Issues in economic theory and public policy: Essays in honour of Professor Tapas Majumdar. Delhi; Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Bourguignon, Francois. 1999. "On Economic Inequality." Journal of Development Economics 60:589.

Bowden, Brett. 2003. "The Perils of Global Citizenship 1." Citizenship Studies 7:349-362.

Brahmananda, P. R. 1998. "Amartya Sen and the Transformation of the Agenda of Welfare Economics." Indian Economic Journal 46:1-25.
—. 1999. "The Welfare Economics of Amartya Sen: A Note." Journal of Social & Economic Development 2:142-53.

Brandolini, Andrea, and Giovanni D'Alessio. 1998. "Measuring well-being in the functioning space." Rome: Banca d'Italia.

Branerjee, I., and E. Loo. 2002. "Information on freedom in the development process: an alternative consideration." Communication Abstracts 25:755-909.

Brittan, Samuel, and Alan Hamlin, eds. 1995. Market capitalism and moral values: Proceedings of Section F (Economics) of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Keele 1993. Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate,

Brookfield, Vt.

Brookey, Robert Alan, and Diane Helene Miller. 2001. "Changing Signs: The Political Pragmatism of Poststructuralism." International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies 6:139-153.

Brown, Chris. 1997. "Theories of International Justice." British Journal of Political Science 27:273-297.

Brown, Mark Malloch. 2001. "Meeting the challenge of poverty." Peace Research Abstracts 38:603-751.

Browne, Jude, Simon Deakin, and Frank Wilkinson. 2002. "Capabilities, Social Rights and European Market Integration." Cambridge University.

Buckberg, Elaine. 2001. "Whose Rules of the Game? Defining the Globalization Divide." International Finance 4:145-159.

Burchardt, Tania and Julian Le Grand. 2002. Constraint and Opportunity: Identifying voluntary non-employment, CASE Working paper 55.

Burnyeat, M. F. 2002. "De Anima Ii 5." Phronesis 47:28-90.

Bush, Malcolm. 2001. "Development as Freedom." The Social Service Review 75:514.

Cameron, John. 2000. "Amartya Sen on Economic Inequality: The Need for an Explicit

Critique of Opulence." Journal of International Development 12:1031-45.

Campbell, Donald E., and Jerry S. Kelly. 1997. "Sen's theorem and externalities." Economica 64:375.

Carter, I. (1996). ‘The Concept of Freedom in the Work of Amartya Sen: An Alternative Analysis Consistent with Freedom's Independent Value', Notizie di Politeia 43/44

Carraro, Ludovico. 1996. "Le carenze dei poteri d'accesso alla produzione: Una simulazione delle carestie. (Trade-Entitlement Failures: A Famine Simulation. With English summary.)." Economia et Politica 13:389-421.

Chakraborty, Achin. 1996. "On the possibility of a weighting system for functionings." Indian Economic Review XXXI:241-250.
------- (1998) “Amartya Sen and Our World of Exaggerated Opposites”, Economic and Political Weekly, December 19: 3241-3242.

Chakravarty, Satya R. 1997. "On Shorrocks' reinvestigation of the Sen poverty index." Econometrica 65:1241.

Chang, Howard F. 2000. "A Liberal Theory of Social Welfare: Fairness, Utility, and the Pareto Principle." The Yale Law Journal 110:173-235.

Chiappero Martinetti, Enrica. 1994. "A New Approach to Evaluation of Well-being and Poverty by Fuzzy set Theory." Giornale Degli Economisti e Annali di Economia.

Chiappero Martinetti E. 1996. Standard of living evaluation based on Sen's approach: some methodological suggestions, Notizie di Politeia 12(43/44): 37-53.
—. 2000. "A Multidimensional Assessment of Well-Being Based on Sen's Functioning Approach." Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali 108:207-39.

Cihak, Martin. 1999. "Nerovnost ve spolecnosti (Amartya Sen--Nobelova cena 1998). (Social Inequality. With English summary.)." Finance a Uver 49:487-89.

Clark, David A. 2003. "Concepts and Perceptions of Human Well-being: Some Evidence from South Africa." Oxford Development Studies 31:173-196.

Clark, David Alexander. 2002. Visions of development: A study of human values.

Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Vt.: Elgar; distributed by American International Distribution Corporation, Williston, Vt.

Clay, Diskin. 1996. "Deep therapy." Philosophy and Literature 20:501-505.

Clements, Paul. 1995. "A Poverty-Oriented Cost-Benefit Approach to the Analysis of Development Projects." World Development 23:577-92.

Cohen, G.A. 1989. "On the Currency of Egalitarian Justice." Ethics 99:906-944.
—. 1993. "Equality of What? On welfare, goods and capabilities." Pp. 9-29 in The Quality of Life, edited by Martha Nussbaum and Amartya Sen. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Cohen, G.A. (1994). ‘Amartya Sen's Unequal World'. New Left Review 203

Cohen, G.A.(1995). Self-Ownership, Freedom, and Equality. Cambridge University Press

Collier, Jane. 1999. "Editorial: Amartya Sen." Business Ethics: A European Review 8:77.

Cooke, Elizabeth F. 2003. "Germ-line Engineering, Freedom, and Future Generations." Bioethics 17:32-58.

Cooper, Richard N. 2000a. "Development as freedom (BOOK REVIEW)." Foreign Affairs 79:163.
—. 2000b. "The Road from Serfdom: Amartya Sen Argues That Growth Is Not Enough: Review Essay." Foreign Affairs 79:163-67.

Corbridge, Stuart. 2002. "Development as freedom: the spaces of Amartya Sen." Progress in Development Studies 2:183-217.

Crocker, David. 1992. "Functioning and capabilities: the foundation of Sen's and Nussbaum's development ethic." Political Theory 20:584-612.
—. 1995. "Functioning and capability: the foundation of Sen's and Nussbaum's development ethic, part II." Pp. 153-198 in Women, Culture and Development, edited by Martha Nussbaum and Jonathan Glover. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
—. 1998. "Consumption, Well-being and Capability." in The Ethics of Consumption. The
Good Life, Justice and Global Stewardship, edited by David Crocker and Toby Linden: Rowman and Littlefield.

Crocker, David A., and Toby Linden. 1998. Ethics of consumption : the good life, justice, and global stewardship. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield.

Croll, Elisabeth J. 2001. "Amartya Sen's 100 Million Missing Women." Oxford Development Studies 29:225-44.

Dallmayr, Fred. 2003. "Cosmopolitanism: Moral and Political." Political Theory 31:421-442.

Dallmayr, Fred R. 2002. "Globalization and Inequality: A Plea for Global Justice." International Studies Review 4:137-156.

Daniels, Norman (1990) “Equality of What: Welfare, Resources, or Capabilities?” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol L, Supplement: 273-296

Daniels, Norman. 2001. "Justice, Health, and Healthcare." American Journal of Bioethics 1:2-16.

Davis, John. 2002. "Capabilities and Personal Identity: using Sen to explain personal identity in Folbre's 'structures of constraint' analysis." Review of Political Economy 14:481-496.

Davis, John B. 2000. "Conceptualising the Lack of Health Insurance Coverage." Health Care Analysis 8:55-64.

Deb, Rajat, Prasanta K. Pattanaik, and Laura Razzolini. 1997. "Game forms, rights, and the efficiency of social outcomes." Journal of Economic Theory 72:74.

DeCosse, David E. 2001. "Development as Freedom." Theological Studies 62:190.

Delhausse, Bernard. 1997. "Issues in the measurement of poverty and deprivation." in Economics. Liege: Université de Liege.

Deneulin, Séverine. 2002. "Perfectionism, Paternalism and Liberalism in Sen and Nussbaum's Capability Approach." Review of Political Economy 14:497-518.

Deneulin, Severine and Frances Stewart. 2002. "Amartya Sen's contribution to development thinking." Studies in Comparative International Development 37:61.

Desai, Meghnad. 1995. "Poverty and Capability: towards an empirically implementable measure." in Poverty, Famine and Economic Development, edited by Meghnad Desail. Aldershot: Edward Elgar.
—. 2001. "Amartya Sen's Contribution to Development Economics." Oxford Development Studies 29:213-23.

Devereux, Stephen, and Hans Singer. 1999. "A Tribute to Professor Amartya Sen on the Occasion of His Receiving the 1998 Nobel Prize for Economics." Food Policy 24:1-6.

Dowding, Keith. 2002. "Revealed preference and external reference." Rationality and Society 14:259-284.

Dreze, Jean, and Amartya Sen, eds. 1997. Indian development: Selected regional perspectives. Delhi; Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.Duraiappah, A. (1998) “Poverty and Environmental Degradation: a review and analysis of the nexus”. World Development, Vol. 26, n. 12, pp. 2169-2179.

Dworkin, Ronald. 2000. "Equality and capability." in Sovereign Virtue. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
—. 2002. "Sovereign Virtue reconsidered." Ethics 113:106-143.

Elson, Diane. 1997. "Economic Paradigms Old and New: The case of human development." Pp. 50-71 in Global development fifty years after Bretton Woods, edited by Roy Culpeper, Albert Berry, and Frances Stewart. London: The North-South Institute and MacMillan Press.

Engerman, Stanley. 2003. "Slavery, Freedom, and Sen." Feminist Economics 9:185-211.

Evans, Peter. 2002. "Collective capabilities, culture, and Amartya Sen's Development as Freedom." Studies in Comparative International Development 37:54.

Evensky, Jerry. 2001. "Adam Smith's Lost Legacy." Southern Economic Journal 67:497-517.

Felice, William F. 2002. "The UN Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination: Race, and Economic and Social Human Rights." Human Rights Quarterly 24:205.

Fleurbaey, Marc. 2002. "Development, capabilities, and freedom." Studies in Comparative International Development 37:71.

Force, Pierre. 2002. "Economic Sentiments: Adam Smith, Condorcet, and the Enlightenment. By Emma Rothschild. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001. Pp. ix, 353. $45.00." The Journal of Economic History 62:271-272.

Frohlich, Katherine L., Ellen Corin, and Louise Potvin. 2001. "A theoretical proposal for the relationship between context and disease." Sociology of Health and Illness 23:776-797.

Fukuda-Parr, Sakiko. 2003. "The Human Development Paradigm: Operationalizing Sen's Ideas on Capabilities." Feminist Economics 9:301-317.

Fukuda-Parr, Sakiko and A. K. Shiva Kumar (eds.). 2003. Readings in Human Development: Concepts, Measures and Policies for a Development Paradigm. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Gaertner, W., and P. K. Pattanaik. 1988. "An Interview with Amartya Sen." Social Choice & Welfare 5:69-79.

Gaertner, Wulf, Prasanta K Pattanaik, and Kotaro Suzumura. 1992. "Individual Rights Revisited." Economica 59:161.

Gamble, Andrew. 2003. "Development as Freedom (review)." Common Knowledge 9:350.

Gasper, Des. 1997. "Sen's Capability Approach and Nussbaum's Capability Ethics." Journal of International Development 9:281-302.
—. 2000. "Development as Freedom: Taking Economics beyond Commodities--The Cautious Boldness of Amartya Sen." Journal of International Development 12:989-1001.
—. 2002. "Is Sen's capability approach an adequate basis for considering human development?" Review of Political Economy 14:435-460.

Gasper, Des, and Irene van Staveren. 2003. "Development as Freedom - and as What Else?" Feminist Economics 9:137-161.

Giri, Ananta Kumar. 2000. "Rethinking Human Well-Being: A Dialogue with Amartya Sen." Journal of International Development 12:1003-18.

Gladwin, Christina H., and et al. 2001. "Addressing Food Security in Africa Via Multiple Livelihood Strategies of Women Farmers." Food Policy 26:177-207.

Glossop, Ronald J. 1998. "For love of country: Debating the limits of patriotism, Martha Nussbaum." The Journal of Value Inquiry 32:421-426.

Gore, Charles. 1993. "Entitlement relations and 'unruly' social practices: A comment on the work of Amartya Sen." The Journal of Development Studies 29:429.
—. 1997. "Irreducible social goods and the informational basis of Amartya Sen's capability approach." Journal of International Development 9:235-250.

Gorman, David. 1997. "Book review: Poetic Justice: The Literary Imagination and Public Life." Philosophy and Literature 21:196-198.

Gotoh, Reiko. 2001. "The capability theory and welfare reform." Pacific Economic Review 6:211-222.

Gotoh, R. and N. Yoshihara. 2003. “A Class of fair Distribution Rules a la Rawls and Sen,” Economic Theory, 22 (1): 63-88.

Gram, Harvey. 2003. "Openness versus Closedness in Classical and Neoclassical Economics." Review of Political Economy 15:419-425.

Gurbaxani, Indira. 2002. "Okonomie fur den Menschen (BOOK REVIEW)." Kyklos 55:138.

Haddad, L. 1994. "Reviews -- Inequality Reexamined by Amartya Sen." Journal of Contemporary Asia 24:547.

Hamilton, Lawrence. 1999. "A Theory of true interests in the work of Amartya Sen." Government and Opposition 34:517-546.

Harpham, Geoffrey Galt. 2002. "The Hunger of Martha Nussbaum." Representations 77:52-81.

Hart, W. A. 1998. "Nussbaum, Kant and Conflicts between Duties." Philosophy 73:609-618.

Hees, Martin van. 2000. "Negative freedom and the liberal paradoxes." Rationality and Society 12:335.

Hicks, Douglas A. 2001. "Economic goods: Making moral sense of the market." The Christian Century 118:20.
—. 2002. "Gender, Discrimination, and Capability: Insights from Amartya Sen." Journal of Religious Ethics 30:137-154.

Hill, Marianne. 2003. "Development as Empowerment." Feminist Economics 9:117-135.

Hopkins, Patrick D. 2002. "Sex and Social Justice (review)." Hypatia 17:171-173.

Hudnall, Amy C. 2001. "Women and Human Development: The Capabilities Approach, and: Globalizing Concern for Women's Human Rights: The Failure of the American Model (review)." NWSA Journal 13:225-228.

Hugon, Philippe. 1999. "Amartya Sen theoricien, expert et philosophe du developpement. (Amartya Sen Theoretician, Expert and Philosopher in Development. With English summary.)." Revue D'Economique Politique 109:489-512.

Hurley, Jeremiah. 2001. "Commentary on “Health-related quality-of-life research and the capability approach of Amartya Sen&rdquo." Quality of Life Research 10:57-58.

Inoguchi, Takashi. 2003. "Conclusion: Generating Equilibrium, Generating Power Cycles." International Political Science Review 24:167-172.

Iqbal, Farrukh, and Jong-Il You, eds. 2001. Democracy, market economics, and development: An Asian perspective. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Iversen, Vegard. 2003. "Intra-Household Inequality: A Challenge for the Capability Approach?" Feminist Economics 9:93-115.

Jasek-Rysdahl, Kelvin. 2001. "Applying Sen's Capabilities Framework to Neighborhoods: Using Local Asset Maps to Deepen Our Understanding of Well-being." Review of Social Economy 59:313-329.

Jayasuriya, Kanishka. 2000. "Capability, Freedom and the New Social Democracy." The Political Quarterly:282-299.

Jenkins, Stephen. 1991. "Poverty measurement and the within-household distribution: agenda for action." Journal of Social Policy 20:457-483.

Jensen, Hans. 19?? "Aspects of Amartya Sen's Social Economics of human welfare." University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Jhunjhunwala, Bharat. 2000. Welfare State and Globalization : A Critique of Amartya Sen. Jaipur,.

Kamath, Shyam J. 2000. "Indian Development and Poverty: Making Sense of Sen et al." Critical Review 13:315-36.

Kane, John; Sen, Amartya. 1996. "Justice, impartiality, and equality: Why the concept of justice does not presume equality." Political Theory 24:375.

Kanth, Rajani ed. 1994. Paradigms in economic development: Classic perspectives, critiques, and reflections. Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe.

Karatnycky, By Adrian. 2002. "When Help Becomes a Problem." Pp. D.8 in Wall Street Journal.

Kennedy, David. 1991. ""Poor Simulacra": Images of Hunger, the Politics of Aid and Keneally's Towards Asmara." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 24:179.

Khare, Diwakar, and V. P. Tripathi. 2000. "Construction of a New Measure of Poverty Using Amartya Sen General Class of Poverty Measures." Indian Economic Journal 48:78-84.

Klamer, Arjo. 1989. "A Conversation with Amartya Sen." Journal of Economic Perspectives 3:135-50.

Klasen, Stephan. 2000. "Measuring poverty and deprivation in South Africa." Review of Income and Wealth 46:33-58.
and Claudia Wink. 2003. ""Missing Women": Revisiting the Debate." Feminist Economics 9:263-299.
—. and Claudia Wink. 2002. "A Turning Point in Gender Bias in Mortality? An Update on the Number of Missing Women." Population & Development Review 28:285-312.

Kochar, Anjini. 1997. "India: Economic development and social opportunity." Journal of Economic Literature 35:1421.

Koggel, Christine. 2003. "Globalization and Women's Paid Work: Expanding Freedom?" Feminist Economics 9:163-184.

Korsgaard, Christine. 1993. "Comment on G.A. Cohen and Amartya Sen." Pp. 54-61 in The Quality of Life, edited by Martha Nussbaum and Amartya Sen. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

La Nauze, Jamie. 2002. "Our responsibility in a developing world: from ethics to pragmatism." Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology 30:66-71.

Lane, M. 2003. "Women and Human Development." Mind 112:372-375.

Lavaque-Manty, Mika. 2001. "Food, functioning and justice: from famines to eating disorders." Journal of Political Philosophy 9:150-167.

Lefebvre, R. 1992. "Aristote, l'imagination et le phénomène: l'interprétation de Martha Craven Nussbaum." Phronesis 37:22-45.

Liedman, Sven-Eric. 2002. "Democracy, knowledge, and imagination." Studies in Philosophy and Education 21:353-359.

Lii, C. y, M. F. Lai, and K. F. Liu. 1998. "Factors Influencing the Retrogradation of Two Rice Starches in Low-Molecular-Weight Saccharide Solutions." Journal of Cereal Science 28:175.

Lelli, Sara. 2001. Factor analysis vs. fuzzy sets theory: assessing the influence of different techniques on Sen's functioning approach, Leuven: Center for Economic Studies Discussion paper 01.23.

Lindahl-Kiessling, Kerstin, and Hans Landberg, eds. 1994. Population, economic development, and the environment. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Lopera Chaves, Maria Teresa, and John Faber Cuervo. 1997. "John Stuart Mill, John Rawls y Amartya Sen, los Tres Nombres de la Equidad. (With English summary.)." Lecturas de Economia:95-126.

Lovell, C.A.K, S. Richardson, P. Travers, and L.L. Wood. 1990. "Capabilities and functionings: Inequality in Australia."

Mackenbach, Johan. 2002. "Inequality, health, and the economy." The Lancet 360:1794.

Malakoff, David. 1998. "Famine survivor wins economics prize." Science [H.W. Wilson - AST] 282:614.

Malenbaum, Wilfred. 1988. "Amartya Sen on Future Development Policy and Program: Review Article." Economic Development & Cultural Change 36:401-09.

Malinvaud, Edmond, and et al. 1997. Development strategy and management of the market economy. Volume 1. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, Clarendon Press for the United Nations.

McCarty, Marilu Hurt. 2001. The Nobel laureates: How the world's greatest economic minds shaped modern thought. New York; London and Toronto: McGraw-Hill.

McNamee, Sheridan, and Buswell. 2001. "The limits of utilitarianism as a professional ethic in public sector leisure policy and provision." Leisure Studies 20:173-197.

McPherson, Michael. 1992. "Amartya Sen." Pp. 294-309 in New horizons in economic thought: Appraisals of leading economists. Samuels, Warren J., ed., Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt.

McReynolds, Phillip. 2002. "Nussbaum's Capabilities Approach: A Pragmatist Critique." Journal of Speculative Philosophy 16:142-150.

Meeks, J. Gay Tulip ed. 1991. Thoughtful economic man: Essays on rationality, moral rules and benevolence. Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.

Menon, Nivedita. 2002. "Universalism without Foundations?" Economy and Society 31:152-169.

Morris, Clair E. 1994. "Book reviews -- Inequality Reexamined by Amartya Sen." Southern Economic Journal 61:236.

Morris, Patricia McGrath. "The Capabilities Perspective: A Framework for Social Justice." Families in Society 83:365.

Ng, Yew-Kwang. 2001. "Introduction to special section in honor of Professor Amartya Sen. Fairness and welfare: An introduction." Pacific Economic Review 6:169-177.

Ng, Yew-Kwang, and Amartya Sen. 1981. "Welfarism: A Defence Against Sen's Attack/A Reply to 'Welfarism: A Defence Against Sen's Attack'." The Economic Journal 91:527.

Nolan, Peter, John Sender, and Amartya Sen. 1992. "Death rates, life expectancy and China's economic reforms: A critique of A. K. Sen--Comment/reply." World Development 20:1279.

Nussbaum, Martha. 1988. "Nature, functioning and capability: Aristotle on political distribution." Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Supplementary Volume:145-184.
—. 1992. "Human functioning and social justice. In defense of Aristotelian essentialism." Political Theory 20:202-246.
—. 1998. "The good as discipline, the good as freedom." Pp. 312-341 in The ethics of consumption, edited by David Crocker and Toby Linden: Rowmand and Littlefield Publishers.
—. 2000a. "Aristotle, Politics and Human Capabilities: A Response to Antony, Arneson, Charlesworth and Mulgan." Ethics 111:102-140.
—. 2000b. Women and Human Development: The Capabilities Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
—. 2001. "Adaptive preferences and women's options." Economics and Philosophy 17:67-88.
—. 2002. "Beyond the social contract: towards global justice." in Tanner lectures on human values. Canberra.
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